Meet the people living at the edge of world.
Mummi and Rannveig live with their two children, Steini Kaldbak and Heiða Guðbjörg, on the farm Mörtunga 2 in the county of West-Skaftafellssýsla. They run a sheep farm and tourism services offering mountain bike tours.
As an Icelander, bathing in geothermal springs is a very big part of our culture. It comes from living on a volcanic island, with cold harsh weather, but plenty of natural warm water around.
Ari Bragi Kárason knows nothing else than giving all he‘s got. He is Iceland‘s fastest man, boasting the record for 100 metres, but also happens to be one of the country‘s finest trumpet players.
Katla director Baltasar Kormákur on filming in the Icelandic weather, the future, and natural power
In 2015, American wildlife conservationist and photographer Donal Boyd travelled to Iceland, where he found solace in the ability to connect with the nature in a way he had never experienced before.